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RQ-249874-16
The Independent Works of William Tyndale
Mark Rankin, James Madison University

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=RQ-249874-16

The Independent Works of William Tyndale (Web Resource)
Title: The Independent Works of William Tyndale
Author: Susan Felch
Author: Worthy Martin
Author: Cynthia Gerard
Author: David Bohn
Author: Rebecca Paulisch
Author: Mark Rankin
Abstract: Digital edition of NEH-funded William Tyndale project.
Year: 2018
Primary URL: http://www,tyndaleworks.org

In Search of Hans Luft of Marlborow (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: In Search of Hans Luft of Marlborow
Author: Clare Costley King'oo
Abstract: reconsideration of the printer of Tyndale's publications
Date: 10/30/2021
Conference Name: Sixteenth Century Studies Conference

Tyndale and Erasmus Reconsidered (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: Tyndale and Erasmus Reconsidered
Author: Thomas Fulton
Abstract: reconsideration of Tyndale's use of Erasmus
Date: 10/30/2021
Conference Name: Sixteenth Century Studies Conference

The Lutheran Sources and Thought of William Tyndale’s Practice of Prelates (Conference Paper/Presentation)
Title: The Lutheran Sources and Thought of William Tyndale’s Practice of Prelates
Author: Mark Rankin
Abstract: Reconsiders Tyndale's reading of reformation books by Martin Luther in the preparation of his _Practice of Prelates_
Date: 10/30/2021
Conference Name: Sixteenth Century Studies Conference

John Foxe and the Earliest Readers of William Tyndale’s The Practice of Prelates (1530).” (Article)
Title: John Foxe and the Earliest Readers of William Tyndale’s The Practice of Prelates (1530).”
Author: Mark Rankin
Abstract: Argues that modern scholarly neglect of Tyndale's book accords neither with the treatment it received from Tyndale's earliest readers (in the form of marginal annotation in surviving copies), nor from his first editor, John Foxe, who used the book when compiling his celebrated "Book of Martyrs"
Year: 2016
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: English Literary Renaissance
Publisher: English Literary Renaissance

Tyndale, Erasmus, and the Early English Reformation (Article)
Title: Tyndale, Erasmus, and the Early English Reformation
Author: Mark Rankin
Abstract: Argues against the hagiographical treatment of Tyndale's relationship to the Dutch biblical scholar Erasmus, by Tyndale's modern biographers, and demonstrates Tyndale's utilitarian treatment of the scholar. Shows that the hagiographical approach took root in the work of the earliest editors of Tyndale's New Testament.
Year: 2018
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Erasmus Studies
Publisher: Erasmus Studies

The Cancelled Text from John Foxe’s 1572-73 edition of The whole workes of W. Tyndall, Iohn Frith, and Doct. Barnes (Article)
Title: The Cancelled Text from John Foxe’s 1572-73 edition of The whole workes of W. Tyndall, Iohn Frith, and Doct. Barnes
Author: Mark Rankin
Abstract: Demonstrates that a letter from Tyndale to John Frith, the early English Protestant reformer and martyr, was originally included among Tyndale's works in John Foxe's edition of the collected works of Tyndale, Frith, and the English Lutheran Robert Barnes. Foxe decided to move the letter from the original section to the front of the volume, where it serves as a preface for the whole, but he made changes to the text to accommodate that goal which differ from the version of the letter which was accidentally preserved in the copy of the _Whole workes_ in the Chetham Library of Manchester, and in two other copies (one in Cardiff, and the other in Dublin).
Year: 2019
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: The Library
Publisher: The Bibliographical Society

Reading Tyndale's _Obedience_ in Whole and in Part_ (Article)
Title: Reading Tyndale's _Obedience_ in Whole and in Part_
Author: Susan Felch and Clare Costley King'oo
Abstract: Argues that the textual contents of Tyndale's _Obedience_ were not likely to have pleased Henry VIII, despite the often-repeated saying that the king not only enjoyed the volume, but reported that it was a "book for me and all kings to read".
Year: 2016
Format: Journal
Periodical Title: Reformation
Publisher: Taylor & Francis


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